Leigh Pearce

Leigh used to dream about being a beardy stuntman from the 70’s. As it turns out, he can’t grow a beard and he’s not that tough. So he settled for the rather safer option of illustration. Leigh spent his formative years in the company of graffiti artists and watching an abundance of horror flicks. He […]

Sam Chivers

Born in 1974, Sam became good at drawing because he was put in the bottom class for Maths at school. The teacher trying to retain control over a disobedient mob never noticed him perfecting his skills at the back. Sam now enjoys making images in a slightly more legitimate environment for altogether more legitimate people. […]

Graham Carter

Award winning Illustrator and Printmaker Graham Carter has worked at the forefront of his industry for 15 years. To date his CV lists a string of successful campaigns with Aviva, Bupa, Orange, Waterstones, Visa, Monster.co.uk and editorial illustrations for The New Scientist, The Guardian and The Sunday Times amongst others. Over the last 5 years […]

Jon Howe

Comprised from ‘found’ & archived imagery collaged together using the repetition of carbon paper I am attempting to form new meaning for these images, referencing the visual syntax of a graphic novel & that of a childhood memory of drawing a pirates treasure island map on the grey cardboard back of a cereal pack. Where […]

Andy Ford

Andy came to Brighton in 1997 to go to university and decided to stay by the sea and earn his fortune as a photographer. Andy’s progress has been hindered by a rare medical condition which means he can only take pictures between the hours of 10pm and 4.27 am. Throughout his photographic adventures he has […]

Jim Howells

Digital designer and animator with 13 years experience designing for the screen. He has held senior level creative posts at multiple award wining agencies including a BAFTA winner. Clients he has worked with include The BBC, Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, Paramount Pictures Channel 4, SO Television, At It Productions, MTV and Universal Pictures.   jimhowells.com […]

Richard Wilkinson

After a Fine Art degree, and a brief career as an electronic musician, Richard worked in the advertising industry, first as a sound-designer and later in production.  In 2006 he decided to try and realise a childhood dream to be an illustrator. Richard is now a regular cover artist for New Scientist and other clients […]

Will Scobie

Will Scobie is a Illustrator and graphic artist. He has been featured in various publications worldwide and has exhibited in London, Barcelona and Berlin. He has worked with the likes of TED Talks, Unseen Music and IBM to name but a few. Will is based in Brighton where he works on a prolific mix of […]

Matt Douthwaite

Matthew Douthwaite arrived on earth in 1973 on the back of a quantum space cat. He has been stuck here ever since Igor Dmiitriyecvich Novikov proved that this form of travel was impossible. Matthew doesn’t own enough pairs of cord trousers to consider himself a proper artist but likes to play with pens, ink, paint […]

Dany Carlyle

Dany is a Video Editor and Motion graphics animator. He’s worked with clients such as Virgin, BBC, Unilever, Shell, Jaime Winstone & 125 Magazine and more.   www.danycarlyle.com   Please contact us below if you are interested in purchasing this artwork. Name Email Artist name                     […]

Lee Baker

Brighton-based Lee Baker (b. London, 1969) studied Fine Art at Newcastle University. As a developing artist in the 90′s, Lee produced numerous site-specific pop installation pieces across the UK, drawing on his experience customizing cars and a fascination with manga. His interest in large-scale installations subsequently led to a further development of his skills, working […]

Matthew Maxwell

Matthew is creative director and co-owner of Studio Am. His designs are based on maths, patterns and codes.   www.studioam.co.uk   Please contact us below if you are interested in purchasing this artwork. Name Email Artist name